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Ankara’s decision to not extend the NAVTEX for the Oruc Reis research vessel is the outcome of intensive diplomatic activity, which took place behind the scenes over the last couple of days.
Athens considers this move as a sign of de-escalation but is now expecting a long period of tough negotiations, which have been pursued by Berlin with the support of Washington. At the same time, the Greek government remains cautious about the prospect ...
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